Monthly Archives: April 2014

ACCT Family Days Out – Swimming at Hillsborough Leisure Pool

Sunday 18th May 5.30 – 6.30pm

 

This session is for our exclusive use and for the whole family. There will be no ACCT staff present and children will remain the responsibility of their parents/carers throughout the session and must be accompanied at all times.

 

Please check their web site for details of child to adult ratios – www.hillsboroughlc.co.uk or ring them on 0114 2312233. Please be aware a strict swimwear policy is in place at Hillsborough Leisure Pool.

 

To book places please contact Nicola on nicola.hough@acctsheffield.org.uk or 07972221305  

PLEASE CANCEL ALL UNWANTED PLACES

 

Please consider making a donation to ACCT with

 
Text Giving – simply text ‘ACCT06’ followed by £ and the amount (1 – 10) and send to 70070

ACCT Family Days Out – Swimming

Swimming at Hillsborough Leisure Pool

 

Sunday 27th April 5.30 – 6.30pm

 

This session is for our exclusive use and for the whole family. There will be no ACCT staff present and children will remain the responsibility of their parents/carers throughout the session and must be accompanied at all times.

 

Please check their web site for details of child to adult ratios – www.hillsboroughlc.co.uk or ring them on 0114 2312233. Please be aware a strict swimwear policy is in place at Hillsborough Leisure Pool.

 

To book places please contact Nicola on nicola.hough@acctsheffield.org.uk or 07972221305  

PLEASE CANCEL ALL UNWANTED PLACES

 

Please consider making a donation to ACCT with

 
Text Giving – simply text ‘ACCT06’ followed by £ and the amount (1 – 10) and send to 70070

 

Autism Awareness Month

It’s World Autism Awareness Day/Month! Please help us raise awareness and raise funds for Sheffield Autism charity ACCT: Asperger’s Children and Carers Together. ACCT support over 285 families across Sheffield who have children effected by autism and other related conditions. Please join in our campaign by text donating text ACCT06 followed by £3 to 70070.

acctsheffield.org.uk

What to do to help:

Many people with Autism have difficulty identifying expressions and emotions. These often have to be learnt and practised.
Upload a photo of you expressing an emotion and copy and paste this status above it on your Facebook….please name your emotion so everyone can recognize it.
Nominate friends by tagging them in the comments or your picture….why not suggest the emotion you think they show the best!?

Don’t forget to text donate.

Thankyou for your support.

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